2020 ITA Bridge Award
The fifth annual ITA Bridge Award honors both insurance IT leaders and their counterparts on the business side. Business opportunities are sometimes lost and IT implementations fail when leaders from IT and the business side are unable to collaborate effectively and “bridge” the gap between technology and business. The ITA Bridge Award will be presented to both the IT leader and the business executive or executives that have demonstrated a clear understanding of what each side can do for the other. Nominations can be made by the insurance companies, software solution providers, and industry consultants.
Nominations Accepted for 2020 ITA Bridge Award, deadline for nominations is February 15,2020.
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The 2019 winners were Susan Vella and Craig Lowenthal of Berkley One.
The 2018 winners were Allstate and NSM Insurance Group.
The 2017 winners were Erie Insurance, Digital Partners/Slice Labs Partnership.
The 2016 winners were James Sullivan, Tom Campana, and Jeff Martin of The Motorists Insurance Group.
The 2015 winners were Gary Ouellette and Lisa Keysar of Union Mutual of Vermont.
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ITA Mission Statement
The goal of the Insurance Technology Association is to provide members with opportunities to collaborate, educate, network, share, and use knowledge related to insurance technology. The ITA serves the insurance technology community as a resource and is dedicated to serving this specialized sector of the industry. Publications and educational programs created by the ITA are geared to professionals interested in or charged with evaluating, implementing, and marketing insurance-specific technology systems or services.
The latest issue of ITA Pro magazine is now available! Just CLICK HERE
In this issue’s cover story, “we look at the “non-negotiables” that insurers are demanding from core insurance systems, and how providers are keeping up.
In "Stick vs. Carrot,” we test drive the new Carrot telematics platform, which enables U.S. and Canadian insurers to rapidly scale next-gen UBI programs to offer drivers gift cards in exchange for sharing data.
Also in this issue, enjoy a profile of Maple Technologies on their 20th anniversary, an interview with ITA board member Larry Fortin of Millers Mutual Insurance Co., and regular columns and departments including Digital Drip and Launchpad.
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